Tutankhamun

King Tut's Tomb Could House Remains Of Other Family Members-3

Hidden chambers in King Tut’s tomb could house remains of other family members

Radar scanning of King Tut’s tomb has revealed two hitherto-unknown chambers containing either metal or organic material, Egyptian Antiquities Minister Mamdouh al-Damaty said at a recent press conference. Conducted by Japanese scientist Hirokatsu Watanabu and his team, the survey has uncovered two hidden rooms along the eastern and northern walls of the 3,300-year-old, curse-protected tomb.…


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King Tut’s fashionably long beard is wrongly fixed, after it broke off

One of the defining features of Tutankhamun (or more precisely, his burial mask) is obviously the tapering, slender beard that ostentatiously flaunts its blue and gold vibe. But in spite of this opulence, vanity it seems was never to be. Back in October of 2014, the braided extension of the famed mask was reportedly broken…


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